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Still Time to Visit Paper Unbound: Horiuchi and Beyond at Wing Luke Museum

This exhibit, presented in conjunction with our P-Patch Program, celebrates Northwest artist and master of collage Paul Horiuchi (1906 – 1999), who pushed the limits of paper through his innovative collage work. His works will be featured at the Wing Luke Museum along with seven contemporary artists who continue to transform the medium of paper. Artists include: Romson Regarde Bustillo, Etsuko Ichikawa, Yuri Kinoshita, Bovey Lee, Taiko Suzuki and Jeong Han Yun and Choon Hyang Yun. The exhibit will be on view through July 14.

The P-Patch Community Gardening Program will also honor the work of Paul Horiuchi through the development of a new P-Patch community garden. Named the Horiuchi Park P-Patch Community Garden, this P-Patch will recognize his artistry through design elements along with biographical signage and an honorary garden. To be completed this summer, the P-Patch is located at the corner of Boren and Yesler and will have spaces for 30 families to grow organic food.